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DeWalt DW735 13" Carbide Tipped Planer Knife set of 3

by Titan

Price: $146.95 + $7.80 shipping
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  • 335mm x 22mm x 3/32"
  • Carbide inlay, single edge
  • 3 piece set of blades
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DeWalt DW735 13" Carbide Tipped Planer Knife set of 3 + DEWALT DW7351 Folding Table for DW735 Planer + DEWALT DW7350 Planer Stand with Integrated Mobile Base
Price for all three: $338.59

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Product Information

Technical Details
MaterialCarbide Inlaid Edge
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB004D9L9AO
Best Sellers Rank #53,366 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 21, 2010
  
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Product Description

TCT Carbide Tipped Moulder Knives offer over 1,000% (10 times) the tool life of T1-HSS. Carbide is used on hardwoods (i.e. Hickory, Hard Maple, MDF, plywood, etc.) Carbide is very hard (~92 Rc). Carbide can wear over 100,000 lineal feet, but is also brittle and can chip if the wood is not free of staples or rocks.

Customer Reviews

Appears the carbide tips are toooo soft, to plane all types of wood.
Ruth
150 dollars turned this planer into an amazing little machine, now I feel the blades match the tool....I really, really, really, hope they last.
williamo21
Very disappointed to the point where I am ready to ask for my money back.
Carol Boerner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By williamo21 on January 19, 2012
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I have had the DW735 for about 11 months and I truly do believe it a well designed solid machine. I primarily work with reclaimed white oak from the farm I grew up on so it gets a real workout. Honestly, for the money I feel the machine does a great job. I was not expecting miracles from a portable planer, Actually, I think it's kind of scary the machine costs what it does. taking into consideration a tank of gas for my jeep costs 70 dollars...However, it absolutely baffles me that DeWalt does not throw on a better set of knives. Everything else on the machine is built so well, why would you skimp on the knives, they simply dull too fast. And before they are completely dull you will be completely def, so it almost seems like they are getting better..as your hearing fades (yes I wear hearing protection but not so much that I can't hear my machines, knowing their sounds is vital for a tools health) There are a million ways you can justify the blades they use and some people do, I have a feeling these people also have a lot of participation trophies adorning their kids trophy case. From my perspective, they simply don't match the rest of this well built machine, and that's what confuses me. I'm writing this review of the Carbide blades from Titan after using them for maybe 10 feet of nine inch wide white oak. It was amazing, the machine was so quiet that I kept thinking the gauge reading how much I was planing off was broke...nope, these blades are just that good. I write this with optimism, hoping they hold up. I clean and check each board thoroughly with a magnet they are solid carbide tipped so they can chip fairly easily from rocks or hardware left in the wood. They will cost probably around 90 dollars to sharpen, if I ever get to that point.Read more ›
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By RobnCar on March 5, 2012
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It surprises me that DeWalt would put out such an excellent machine and outfit it with such poor knives. I am working on a large project with rough cut rustic hickory (a fairly hard, knotty wood.) The original knives were able to plain down 3/16 ths from about 20 board foot before becoming so dull I had to switch them. I searched the internet and saw these carbide replacements, although a little pricy at first well worth the cost. I have used them to plain about 150 bd ft so far and can see no sign of dulling (yet). If you own a dw735 get these knives!!
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Graphic Fusion on February 21, 2013
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We recently lumbered three very large (approx. 36") trees on our property -- a white ash, a maple, and a pecan. Halfway through the job, with our first boards of pecan, we realized our Rigid (Home Depot) planer with HSS knives wasn't up to task. So we ordered a Dewalt DW735, with the intent of using these carbide knives. I'm happy to report that the knives survived the dimensional planing of half of the ash and the entire pecan. The pecan was particularly heavy in mineral deposits, such that a set of the Rigid HSS blades would be expended after planing about 3 boards. It was also quite a squirrely wood, so the dried rough-cut boards were quite wavy. It was a bit like an off-roading adventure, compared to the much more civilized planing of the ash and maple.

I'm slightly reluctant to give these blades a full 5 stars because of an error made by the manufacturer. They dimensioned the blades to the same width as the OEM HSS blades, even though they had to be thicker to hold the carbide tip. As a result, the mounting screws stood up just high enough to rub burn streaks on the board. However, the manufacturer happily corrected the problem and shipped me out a new set of slightly wider blades, per my request. That remedied the problem. To get accurate dimensioning considering the deeper cut, I had to readjust my stops. I told the manufacturer I was fine with that, and it was really no big deal. That's the reality of using any thicker blade, though: It must also be wider to keep the screws from dragging, so you must adjust your stops.

Anyway, I would enthusiastically recommend these blades to anyone. As long as you're not trying to plane rocks and nails, they're TOUGH -- tough enough for those two crazy pecan logs!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. N. Bruce on February 4, 2014
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Got these for my husband. He absolutely loves them. So much nicer than the 'non-carbide tipped' ones! Not as noisy, MUCH CLEANER CUT, just great all around. He's been planning wood ever since he got them! Made couple of tables (beautiful), lamp, and is now building a bed! Keeps him busy in this miserable winter. Highly recommend them.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Larry Weese on March 29, 2014
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I purchesed these blades and they are GREAT. When I use the #2 setting on the planer the wood comes out with a finish that looks like glass.
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